Your breasts are composed of fat and mammary glands that come to your rescue when you breast-feed your baby for the first time. Pregnancy and childbirth can take a toll on your breasts and make them loose and saggy. The shape and structure of breasts is largely determined by your frame and genes.
You cannot physically increase or decrease the size of your breasts. However, you can do some natural breast lift exercises to tighten the chest wall, pectoral muscles, back and arms in order to give your breasts an uplifted and perky appearance. Here are some of the natural breast lift exercises that do wonders.
Different Types Of Breast Lift Exercises
The Good Old Push-Ups
Push-ups are one of the best exercises to firm and tone the Pecs, arms, shoulders and the back. They are highly effective as they make you work against your own body weight. Push-ups do not require any fancy equipment or gym machinery as you can do them anywhere and at any time. Push-ups work by toning the pectoral muscles and the triceps, which give the appearance of a tight and fuller bust line.
In order to do the push-up, lie face down with your legs shoulder width apart and palms a little wider than the shoulders. Brace and support yourself resting your entire body weight only on your toes and palms. Go down using your elbows such that they make a 90-degree angle. Make sure your nose touches the floor. Go back up again and repeat. Do at least two sets of 15 reps for best results. To make push-ups more challenging, rest your feet on a box or a bench.
Chest flies are one of the best ways to tone your pectoral muscles and give your breasts a firm and rounded appearance. You can do chest flies on a chest fly machine or with the help of dumbbells. Lie down flat on a bench with your feet firmly planted on the floor. Hold two dumbbells in your hands.
For beginners five-pound dumbbells are just fine. Lift the dumbbells together and bring them straight overhead with your hands and palms outstretched, such that the dumbbells touch one another. Now lower the dumbbells and bring them back to their starting position. Repeat this movement. Do two sets of 15 reps each.
If you have access to a gym, then this is a great exercise to intensely target your chest wall and pectoral muscles. Use a standard barbell and bench to do bench presses. Lie down flat on your back with the barbell directly above your chest. Grip the barbell with both hands at shoulder width distance.
Add challenging weights to both ends of the barbell and bring the barbell down towards yourself keeping your elbows pushed back and at a 90-degree angle. Exhale as you push the barbell up and inhale when you bring it down. Similarly, you can do an incline and a decline barbell press to target different areas of your pectoral muscles and your chest wall. These standard exercises done over a period of time do a great job in toning your breasts and giving them a firmer and perkier appearance.